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Old 08-19-2008, 01:17 PM   #1
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Parts need to assemble an oil cooler kit for any car with a 20 x 1.5mm thread oil filter (includes Subaru of course)

-13 row half width Mocal Oil Cooler with -8 JIC fittings.
Mocal sandwich adapter with thermostat

-Aeroquip push loc fittings and hose (some of the hose is used, some is extra from the initial install.) 2 ~4 ft sections, and 1 ~6 ft sections

-3 straight fittings, one 90 degree.

-I also have available some AN braided hose fittings.
-2 straight fittings, 2 90 degree fittings.

-two 6" sections of fire sleeve for running next to exhaust systems.

I'll throw all this stuff in the box and ship it out, or you can pick and choose what you want.

225 shipped for everything. Offers accepted on any of the pieces. All parts are used and have been installed for about three months on my car.

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Old 08-19-2008, 01:19 PM   #2
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So why didn't you mount it? Any suggestions on where and how to mount the cooler?
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Old 08-19-2008, 01:23 PM   #3
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I did have it mounted, however decided that I wanted to have a cooler with -10 fittings instead.

I had a little pressure drop with the -8 fittings and wanted to see if it made a difference to go to the larger size tubing. There seems to be some debate on whether this will make a difference.

Process West is using -8 line in their kit.
I think Gruppe-s is using -10.


- I had mounted the cooler in the drivers side wheel wheel behind the fog light cover. I think though on a street car with fender liners, it might to easier to simply bolt it to the top of the core support in front of the radiator.

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Old 08-19-2008, 01:24 PM   #4
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Oh, and since I posted in the wrong forum, can you please move it

thanks

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any pictures of everything? Im really interested
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Old 08-19-2008, 03:15 PM   #6
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I'll take some pictures tonight and post them up.

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cool thanks! make sure to get pictures of everything if you can
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cool thanks! make sure to get pictures of everything if you can
Sure will, I'll take all the pictures and take some better measurements of all the hose lengths.

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Old 08-19-2008, 09:26 PM   #9
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Pictures as promised.

Here's a shot of the bottom of the cooler. You can see the Mocal sticker.



Other side of the cooler showing the -8 fittings. Cooler would clean up if you cleaned it with some brake cleaner.



Thermostat sandwich adapter with fittings



Other misc fittings I'll throw in



Long section of push loc hose.



shorter piece



Short piece with fitting installed



Another short piece with two fittings



Braided hoses with fittings attached. You can see the red fire sleeve.



Extra hose I'll throw in. I also have another ~4 foot section of new push loc hose I'll toss in the box (not pictured)



Let me know if you have any questions. I have lots of extra fittings because this plumbing included lines for an accusump.

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Also have a checkvalve for an accusump if wanted/needed.

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what size is all the AN stuff? -8?
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Yes,

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